1. Sleeping Beauty Concept Art by Eyvind Earle

    I MEAN

    This is why Sleeping Beauty is my favorite early Disney princess film.

    Reblogged from: thedisneyprincess
  2. 
Sleeping Beauty, 1959.

The art of this old school Disney animated feature is breathtaking.

    Sleeping Beauty, 1959.

    The art of this old school Disney animated feature is breathtaking.

    Reblogged from: lynncinnamon
  3. juliajm15:

    yo-hoo big Frozen genderbend dump ^———-^

    This is awesome.

    Reblogged from: aliceinnumberland
  4. mustardwketchup:

    isaia:

    anxiousmonster:

    princeamongmen:

    Storyboard and Concept Art On What Would Have Been The First Disney Short To Have Every Disney Lady Interacting With Each other! But Was Never Made After The 2D Animation Deportment Was Shut Down The Music Would Have Been Done By Alan Menken Who was Very Excited About The Project That Would Later Be Shelved………………….

    im so upset

    WAIT WHAT

    WHUT

    Whaaaaaaaaaaat
    Reblogged from: etruia18
  5. Reblogged from: thedisneyprincess
  6. One of my favorites when I was a kid. Still get teary eyed.

  7. repair-her-armor:

nostalgiachan submitted:

So after seeing that boring Disney Princess bikini armor deal, and after seeing it was okay to submit our own princess armor ideas, I decided to give the princesses featured in the original image set some brand new sets of comparatively functional armor. For the most part, I wanted the costumes to be a combination of relevant period armor, their original costumes, and some fantasy elements here and there for spice.
I was going to jot down the ideas and references behind each of the costumes here, but I’ll spare you the wall of text. I’ll have higher quality, larger images and full descriptions when I post them on my page, should anyone be interested.

Beautiful! It’s hard to pick a favorite!

!!!
All of them!

    repair-her-armor:

    nostalgiachan submitted:

    So after seeing that boring Disney Princess bikini armor deal, and after seeing it was okay to submit our own princess armor ideas, I decided to give the princesses featured in the original image set some brand new sets of comparatively functional armor. For the most part, I wanted the costumes to be a combination of relevant period armor, their original costumes, and some fantasy elements here and there for spice.

    I was going to jot down the ideas and references behind each of the costumes here, but I’ll spare you the wall of text. I’ll have higher quality, larger images and full descriptions when I post them on my page, should anyone be interested.

    Beautiful! It’s hard to pick a favorite!

    !!!

    All of them!

    Reblogged from: fuckyeahsuperheroines
  8. 34/365Wreck-It Ralph

    Released November 2, 2012 | Directed by Rich Moore | Written by Rich Moore, Phil Johnston, Jim Reardon, and Jennifer Lee | Additional material by John C. Reilly, Sam J. Levine, and Jared Stern

    Rating: A–

  9. lettiebobettie:

Belle is the first I’ve finished in the Disney heroine series I’ve been working on…
So here she is.
I am aware she would be cold, shhhhh
:)

I need a print of this. My favorite Disney princess pllus it’s my birth year. Love this.

    lettiebobettie:

    Belle is the first I’ve finished in the Disney heroine series I’ve been working on…

    So here she is.

    I am aware she would be cold, shhhhh

    :)

    I need a print of this. My favorite Disney princess pllus it’s my birth year. Love this.

    Reblogged from: lettiebobettie
  10. What makes mothers all that they are?
    Might as well ask, “What makes a star?”

    This makes me feel feelings.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    Reblogged from: bektehgreat
  11. feministdisney:

chlorinesea:



I fixed her torso a bit to match the shapes of the original, changed her eyes to look like herself instead of generic “I’m sexy” smoky eyes, defined her nose just a touch more, opened her mouth to match her natural smile, and slightly changed the shape and color of her brows to match the original 3D.This seriously took me like five minutes. I bet it looked more like that to start with and then the higher ups were like WHERE ARE HER EYELASHES and THAT SMILE ISN’T LADYLIKE and SHOW MORE CLEAVAGE and SHE’S TOO FAT and the artist was forced to change it.
The sparkly dress is silly but I can live with it if these few things were changed.
Petition



definitely looking more like the original

This “makeover” is kinda bullshit.

    feministdisney:

    chlorinesea:

    I fixed her torso a bit to match the shapes of the original, changed her eyes to look like herself instead of generic “I’m sexy” smoky eyes, defined her nose just a touch more, opened her mouth to match her natural smile, and slightly changed the shape and color of her brows to match the original 3D.

    This seriously took me like five minutes. I bet it looked more like that to start with and then the higher ups were like WHERE ARE HER EYELASHES and THAT SMILE ISN’T LADYLIKE and SHOW MORE CLEAVAGE and SHE’S TOO FAT and the artist was forced to change it.

    The sparkly dress is silly but I can live with it if these few things were changed.

    Petition

    definitely looking more like the original

    This “makeover” is kinda bullshit.

    Reblogged from: fuckyeahsuperheroines
  12. marchingjaybird:

    I don’t expect this to get many notes because this is one of the less popular Disney movies, but we watched it last night and I felt moved to make a tribute to the ladies of this very underrated film.

    • Audrey Rocio Ramirez
    • Wilhelmina Bertha Packard
    • Helga Katrina Sinclair
    • Princess “Kida” Kidagakash

    Just rewatched this the other day.

    Holds up SO WELL

    Reblogged from: themarysue
  13. hathorchild:

disney-hiddensecrets:

Art director Brian McEntee color keyed Belle so that she is the only person in her town who wears blue. This is symbolic of how different she is from everyone else around. Later, she encounters the Beast, another misfit, also wearing blue


Disney’s just too cool.

    hathorchild:

    disney-hiddensecrets:

    Art director Brian McEntee color keyed Belle so that she is the only person in her town who wears blue. This is symbolic of how different she is from everyone else around. Later, she encounters the Beast, another misfit, also wearing blue

    Disney’s just too cool.

    Reblogged from: hathorchild
  14. timelordy-teganbreann:

    loveallthesherlocks:

    Sherlock- Disney Style

    JESUS CHRIST

    THIS IS FUCKING CRAZY

  15. lozziepants:

    HAHAHA!! XD

    Reblogged from: themisfitsanddreamers
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